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but when you have 170 jobs leaving our city, it negates everything we have created so hard to create opportunities for people in our community. >> jennifer: how big is freeport? >> 26,000. >> jennifer: so you have spent a lot of time with the workers from the plant, you spent a lot of time with them at their encampment? >> yes. >> jennifer: it is true they had to train their chinese replacements. >> yes, the current engineers were to train the engineers for china. >> jennifer: obviously that is difficult, but how does it make you kneel a candidate for president stands potentially -- potentially, to benefit from job losses in freeport? >> it's sad situation. i know that the workers would like a pound of flesh from governor romney. i'm taking a little bit different stance on it. i would like governor romney to come to freeport. we would love for him to come explain how he is the mastermind to send jobs to china, and what his plan is to bring jobs back to communities like freeport. what is he truly going to do? >> jennifer: so here on this show you are extending a
will be number one stopping funding for planned parenthood reinstituting the mexico city policy which says our funds cannot be used for abortion around the world and hopefully reverse roe v. wade and return to the states the authority for making law with regards to abortion. >> cenk: couldn't be clear mr. 100%. i'm going to defund planned parenthood, turn around roe v. wade and it will be made illegal. all of a sudden he has to be a centrist. get allowed of what he tells the "des moines register." >> there is no legislation regarding abortion that i'm familiar with that would become part of my agenda. >> cenk: there is nothing that would be become part of your agenda? how about making abortion illegal, but did you see what the weasel did? there is no particular legislation necessarily. the mexico thing is an executive order where i defund all the groups working throughout the world on this, if they're for abortion i'll defund it. but it's not a particular legislation. and if you put guys on the supreme court, it's not legislation. you weasel. everybody gets it, mitt. look, this is a typical mi
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to pay attention to what is going on in their communities, towns, and cities. our republican mayor who was elected with something like a 42% mandate, if you will the first thing he did when he came to office was eliminate the education channel, teachers in albuquerque has used to help form late their curriculums. this is happening everywhere. >> bill: and you see, betty, i think the point you are making he didn't -- whoever the mayor is, didn't do that to save money. he did it because he doesn't believe in it and doesn't think it's important. >> caller: you are absolutely right, sir. >> bill: and it is the same thing with pbs. first of all it is never going to happen. you can't stick your finger in the eye of 91% of american families. but were he to do it it only be -- it wouldn't save any money. wouldn't notice. it's not even a blip on the screen, the budget for pbs. he would only do it because they don't believe in matters of the soul. ike is calling from charlston, south carolina. hi, ike, what is up. >> caller: hey bill the big tv star, how are ya buddy? >> b
cities is to bring opportunity to the inner cities. that's civil society, that's what charity and civic service and churches do to help realize the value of one another. >> and we can do that but cutting taxes. >> those are your words, not mine. >> wow. >> stephanie: wow. [ baby crying ] >> maybeby doesn't like -- oh no. >> god. >> stephanie: that's his job is like official whiner of the cam bane. [ whining ] >> he is asking questions. you are not supposed to do that. >> stephanie: yeah, people like a week ago were saying the polls were wrong, and now that they are tightening it's now -- oh look -- >> perfect. [ applause ] >> stephanie: we sort of fell down on the job in that whole polling conspiracy didn't we? are americans just stupid jim said? and then the headline pops up man dies after live roach-eating contest. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: the polls tightening in florida -- >> well it is florida -- >> just after one debate -- >> stephanie: i know romney has been running one of the most disastrous campaigns in history -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> ste
about our failure to create jobs at home. and will.i.am and what he has to say about inner city decay and he blames the lack of vision in washington, d.c. find out what is up with another music icon, the grateful dead mickey hart. he talks about the impact of music, and how rhythm is direct directly affecting our brain. we'll show you mickey hart's brain. and why phil burns is back in the headlines. but first my interview with terry mcauliffe. >> gavin: what do you feel when you travel the rest of the world. what is your sense of the economic shift occurring. >> well, that's a good question, and i do feel better than i did six months ago. i feel the fundmentals around the world. i feel that europe is getting better. we all should be concerned about what is happening in china. china as we know it today may not be in the same place ten years from now. there is tremendous issues going on with their leadership. people are getting restless, they're manipulating their currency. china could not be the same. that could be a huge economic impact. we're out of this huge horrible recession, we'r
i was growing up in delaware city delaware, and my father with a small -- had a small business. he had a gas station, which he owned and operated. press's esso service center the two things that we never talked about in hour house were politics and religion even though we went to church every sunday, and my father ended up being the mayor of our small town. and here i am making a living talking politics and religion. back to this pew survey two important findings. number one is the number of protestants in this country has really gone down. for the first time there is not run protestant on the supreme court. not one. couple of jews the rest are catholics. number two there is not a protestant on the presidential ticket. third pew finds that 48% now of americans say that they are of one protestant religion or the other. that's the lowest it has ever been. that's the first finding in this. what does that mean about the protestant faith? 866-55-press. well it means there are more catholics, more muslims, but also more people who profess no organized religion. t
dosing technology from the medical city for an innovating dispenser. we had worked together and we knew that dean was working to create this unit that can make, as he says, a thousand liters of fresh drinking water out of any water using less than--less power than a hand-held hair dryer. that was key. we looked at it and then decided to take some of these units and pilot them in 2011 in africa. we did pilot them in ghana and learned a lot from that experience together. then we said let's make it smaller, lighter more versatile, more flexible, and now we have units that are much, much smaller that can really be portable and work really well. but i just want to stress one thing. what we're doing here is the notion of helping a billion people that don't have access to clean drinking water is a great noble cause. we're very proud and really excited to be part of creating these sustainable communities that are not sustaining because of lack of water. but this project is actually has even wider applications. think of the units as small kiosks small 10 10- or 20-maritime containers to house th
to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's boring now? [ male announcer ] get more access with the citi card. [ crowd cheering, mouse clicks ] [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> announcer: today you meets television. the "bill press show," now on current tv. >> bill: 26ing minutes after the hour. nancy cook will be here in studio with us starting in the next segment. interesting item caught my attention this morning. how about this? yesterday -- i just want to mention this, get it out there. yesterday in st. peters square in rome, the pope usually talks in german spanish, english, and it italian, and yesterday the first time the pope prayed and said hello in arabic. >> really? >> bill: yes. i knew he was a muslim. [ laughter ] >> let's see the birth certificate. >> bill: barack obama and benedict the 16th. two closet m
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anyone. >> bill: well said but it's also professional football. >> kansas city also booed robinson cano the whole time burring the home run derby. >> bill: really? >> sally field was awarded a presentation last night here in washington, d.c. and in that speech she came out that her son was game. and he presented her with the award. >> bill: dan, thank you. foreign policy and national security is center stage this morning. this is where i thought we would start our discussion this morning. it is not the centralish glue this presidential election. we know that. jobs and the economy is still going to be the deciding issue. it is what impacts most people in this country. it's what most people are concerned about. holding on to their job and house, making it through this sluggish economy as the economy does of course continue to improve under president obama's economic plan but yesterday mitt romney gave a foreign policy speech. that's what most of the news is about this morning. he gave the speech at the virginia military institute. i always get a chuckle over the fact
granholm. >>it's a call to arms. make your voice heard. obama has a dream. that the cities colonialism be set right, and america be downsized. >> it has been a long time coming, but tonight because of what we did on this day, on this election, at this defining moment, change has become to america. >> jennifer: well that's a clip from "2018: obama's america." it's actually produced by dinesh d'souza. it's a documentary that examines president obama's early years for his alleged anti-capitalist beliefs. it has already earned nearly $33 million, which makes it the second-highest grossing documentary in history, behind michael moore's fahrenheit 9/11. a new tv movie is set to air on the national geographic channel just two days before the election. coming to us tonight from los angeles to discuss is alonso duralde. alonzo is author and film critic for "the wrap." thank you for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> jennifer: do you think the president obama is happy that this movie is coming out right before the election. >> well, i think anything that reminds people
it's a group that is very concerned about what is happening in our cities, and what is happening on the streets to american's youth. they're very concerned. >> eliot: it struck me when i was in government, when i would speak to people that the issue of gun violence and gun control broke down not so much along partisan d republican and democrat lines but urban roles where there is a pro live ration of guns where those in rural areas don't quite get it. >> i agree with that. when you look at polling with specific policies, having a background check. 87% of non-n ra members support that. in all areas of gun control support those measures. >> eliot: you have experienced this in a way that hopefully very few other people have or will. you went through horrifying incident. how quickly did you realize you wanted to spend the next year on this issue. >> it took me awhile to get involved, and come to mayors against illegal guns. i eventually realized if i didn't get involved personally, i couldn't get mad at the lack of discourse. i just had to actually be involved and try to effect chang
though >> jennifer: i'm jennifer granholm, we are in new york city. if you are looking for the best political analysis anywhere you have come to the right place. it's friday night in "the war room," and it starts right now. ♪ >> this is a bunch of stuff. look here is the deal -- >> what does that mean a bunch of stuff. >> it means it is simply inaccurate. >> it's irish. >> we irish call it a whole bunch of malarky. >> jennifer: there was a bunch of stuff being thrown around last night but jolting joe biden didn't let them go unchecked. here he is on paul ryan's medicare proposal. >> this is a plan that is bipartisan. it's a plan i put together with a prominent democrat senator -- >> not one democrat endorses it. >> our partner is a democrat from oregon -- >> and he said he no longer supports it -- >> but put it together with a former clinton director -- >> who disavows it. >> jennifer: the partner is democrat ron widen and ron widen had his own response today, saying quote . . . and that wasn't the only tall tail from ryan. here he is criticizing the stimu
. >> former city councilman turned civil rights activist is a felon of tax evasion and he makes no bones about it. >> i have been strip offed my right to vote and hold public office. now he's fighting to getel felonsget felonsand convicted felons in the lawsuit. he's asking the judge to rule on his argument that the felon disenfranchisement is unconstitutional in virginia. >> so what that means is that every person, even in prison will have their rights restored. >> cenk: so it's an interesting point. finally on the issue of civil rights here. a lot of people argue that our incarceration of african-americans is a new form of jim crow. is this a way of disenfranchising by another name. >> there is no question. i've written a book on this in some length. there is no question. even though african-americans and whites have about the same level of drug use and drug selling overwhelmingly it's african-americans who are prosecutorprosecutorred, who get these long sentences and then when they come out, there is a connection between civil rights and felony disenfranchisement. how can we allow to get ri
a sound bite where a michigan reporter asked paul ryan how to drop crime in the cities when there will be tax cuts. >> those are your words not mine. >> thank you very much sir. >> yeah. >> that was kind of strange, put words in people's mouths. >> jennifer: to put this in context, he is being asked in flint, michigan which has a huge crime problem and has been under a emergency financial manager, so a reporter asks are tax cuts basically going to resolve the crime issues? paul ryan did not want to be asked that question. he does not want to be put on the spot. so that's maybe just one window on what his response will be when he is pressed. >> you can't be a global leader and be a successful one with thin skin. leadership means not taking it personally, but dealing with the real issues. the question that reporting asked was about the quality of people's lives right there in flint, michigan, and the vice presidential wanna be was willing to address that. and when people show that side of themselves their leadership potential gets smaller and smaller. >>
more space with our ally israel. they see president obama and new york city the same day that netenyahu is here instead of meeting with him, he goes on a talk show. they see the secretary of defense walk them back. they are not changing their mind. that's what we have to do is change their mind -- >> how do you do it so quickly. look you both saw benjamin netenyahu hold up the picture of a bomb with a red line and talking about the red line being in spring. so can you solve this -- if the romney/ryan ticket is elected, can you solve this in two months before spring and avoid -- >> ryan: we can debate the time line whether it's that short of time or longer -- i agree it's probably longer. number two, it's -- >> you don't agree with that bomb -- >> ryan: look we both agree that to do this peacefully you have got them to change their minds. they are not changing their minds -- >> biden: let me tell you what the ayatollah sees. he sees his economy being crippled. the ayatollah sees 50% less exports of oil, he sees his economy going in a freefall, and
saying we need more space with our ally israel. they see president obama and new york city the same day that netenyahu is here, instead of meeting with him, he goes on a talk show. they see the secretary of defense walk them back. they are not changing their mind. that's what we have to do is change their mind -- >> how do you do it so quickly. look, you both saw benjamin netenyahu hold up the picture of a bomb with a red line and talking about the red line being in spring. so can you solve this -- if the romney/ryan ticket is elected, can you solve this in two months before spring and avoid -- >> ryan: we can debate the time line whether it's that short of time or longer -- i agree it's probably longer. number two it's -- >> you don't agree with that bomb -- >> ryan: look we both agree that to do this peacefully you have got them to change their minds. they are not changing their minds -- >> biden: let me tell you what the ayatollah sees. he sees his economy being crippled. the ayatollah sees 50% less exports of oil, he sees his economy going in a freefall and
protecting the taxpayers from citi. hard to argue with that. sheila bayer has written a book "bull by the horns." and she joins us right now on the young turks. sheila, thank you so much for coming on the program. >> thanks for having me. >> cenk: list start with the bush administration. what do you think is the primary thing that they did wrong in those bailouts. >> the whole philosophy, the whole objective was to stabilize the constitution and get them profitable again with the assumption that this help the broader economy. it just didn't work out that way. the reason why they were having problems was because of the mortgages defaulting. we weren't fixing the core problem. tarp was supposed to help troubled asset release. when congress voted for it, they thought they were voting for a program that would help prevent unnecessary foreclosures. what we ended up doing was a capital investment program. in 2008 i could understand because we were in a crisis situation. but even going into 2009 when the system was stable we never did much to help homeowners and kept bailing out the big b
. many cities have moved in this direction and the results have been almost entirely positive from the view of prosecutors the courts, the defense community, and most importantly justice. that's my view. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything. endless shrimp is our most popular promotion at red lobster. there's so many choices, the guests love it! [ male announcer ] don't miss endless shrimp, just $14.99! try as much as you like, anyway you like. like new teriyaki grilled shrimp. offer ends soon! my name is angela trapp, and i sea food differently. >> eliot: some measure of justice finally last week it was an announced that eric snyder man backed by president obama's task force has filed the first case against one of the big six banks that caused the economic collapse. it alleges wide spread fraught of jpmorgan chase. according to the suit bear-sterns was guilty of the rampant fraud at the heart
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